2018-2019 1st Semester High School Classes
Students need to sign up for a MINIMUM of 16 hours. All students must sign up for at least 1 service project. No more than 4 service credit hours will be applied to the 16 hour minimum requirement. Students may sign up for more than 16 hours of class or service sessions (there is no maximum limit!) You are expected to attend the classes you sign up for!!

You will receive an email in a couple days after submitting the form. Beth will check over classes and let you know of any changes/discrepancies in the scheduling. Class Reminders will be sent via REMIND APP or regular textg. See slicyouth.org for more info. By registering for classes, student cell#'s will automatically be added to the REMIND APP to receive 24 hour class reminders along with class cancellations/changes.

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19S101 (4 Credits) Confirmation Prep Classes
These classes are required for any student who has already started the confirmation process and is being Confirmed in April 2019
4 points
19S102 (2 Credits) Jenn Girouex - ProLife Speaker
Jenn will share real life stories and new facts and statistics that will shock, inspire, and energize you. This will be an evening of hope and thanksgiving to God that He chose each one of us to be here, at this moment in time to stand up for Him. Held at St Joe PLC
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S103 (2 Credits) 4:12 LyFE Night - January
High school youth in an evening of faith formation through games, activities, faith and food. 4:12 LyFE nights are like the “icing on the cake” of your faith life. Catechist-Angie Woodruff
2 points
19S104 (6 Credits) The Mass Explained - Total of 3 sessions
A unique tour of the Liturgy. These DVD/small group sessions will explore the roots of the words and gestures we experience during mass and explain their profound significance. Catechist: Kimi Brown
6 points
19S105 (4 Credits) I Choose the Sky - Ladies Book Study
This book paints a beautiful portrait of women from the bible whose stories are easily glossed over, but not easily forgotten. These women, heroic and virtuous, teach us something about the very fabric of human-kindness and God’s love. Free book to those who participate. Book will be distributed when ladies sign up for the class. Catechist—Nancy Stutsman
4 points
19S106 (5 Credits) Confirmation Retreat
Required for all current Confirmation students. Retreat is being held at Montezuma Retreat Center. Retreat includes breakfast, lunch and Sunday mass.
5 points
19S107 (2 Credits) Temperaments
Want to know yourself better? This class will help you discover what your God-given temperament is. Embrace your strengths and weaknesses so you can become more of the person God created you to be. Catechist—Julia Monnin
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S108 (2 Credits) Brother Guy Consolmagno
Astronomer and director of the Vatican Observatory, Brother Guy will speak on Faith & Science. Vast knowledge and a great sense of humor. This talk is part of the Petersburg Speaker Series for the 50th Anniversary of Lunar Landing.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S109 (5 Credits) Cast Your Nets
Join over 100 area youth from Auglaize & Shelby counties to be inspired and fired up in the faith! Speakers, small group learning sessions, games, pizza. Permission slip needed. Event held at McCartyville Church. Youth are responsible for own transportation to/from event. Free T-shirt. Includes Sunday Mass @ 4 pm
5 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 2 additional credits
2 points
19S110 (2 Credits) Joan of Arc with Fr Jarred Kohn
The Maiden of Orleans: Joan of Arc is one of the most perplexing figures in history. At 17, she became the commander of all the armies of France and won—proving herself more effective than any French commander in 100 years. It has been said that we have more details & information about her life than any other person in history until the modern age. Learn about how a Joan went from a peasant girl to a national symbol. Catechist: Fr. Jarred Kohn.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S111 (2 Credits) Stacy Trasancos - The Handiwork of God
The Handiwork of God. Stacy examines the wonders we encounter and we examine science through the lens of faith. Part of the Petersburg Faith & Science Speakers series for the 50th Anniversary of the Lunar Landing.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S112 (2 Credits) Tangled - Movie Night with Fr Sean Wilson
It’s movie night! The Christian messages in “Tangled” are abundant….from finding courage within oneself, to the nature of both selflessness and self-sacrifice. Get a new view of this movie with Fr. Sean Wilson.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S113 (4 Credits) Am I Ready to be Confirmed?
If you’re a sophomore you will be thinking about signing up for Confirmation in the fall….but are you REALLY ready to be confirmed? Find out more about this sacrament & your choice of being confirmed! Required for students seeking confirmation for the 2019/2010 school year
4 points
19S114 (2 Credits) And His name shall be called…
Perfect for the Lenten season. Catechist Nancy Stutsman explores scripture to find all the names for Christ.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S115 (2 Credits) Jesus & the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist
During the season of Lent, this session lead by Pat Ewry helps us see the Paschal mystery from the standpoint of the apostles and their Jewish roots.    An eye-opening talk from Dr. Brant Pitre (on DVD) will give you a greater understanding to the connections of the Old and New Testament regarding the Eucharist.  
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S116 (2 Credits) Divine Mercy
Who was Saint Faustina and what is the Divine Mercy Chaplet all about? Catechist Deb Parker leads this session talks this saint and how she was a model of faith and mercy to others.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S117 (2 Credits) The Solar System Rings
Fr. Frank Umberg is the special guest speaker. This talk is part of the Petersburg Speaker Series for the 50th Anniversary of Lunar Landing.
2 points
Bringing an adult/parent/friend for 1 additional credit
1 point
19S118 (2 Credits) Fun & Farewell Bowling Night
Open to all high school students. Meet at the Astro Lanes bowling alley. Cost is $5 (except for Seniors—free!) and includes bowling & pizza. Perm slip required.
2 points
S E R V I C E Choose at least 1 service project - up to 4 hours can be applied to your 16 hours. CLOSED SERVICE PROJECTS: 19SVS01/19SVS102
** as service projects are filled they will be removed from online registration **
19SVS03 (2 Credits) Help with Lenten Retreat - Help with crafts, read stories and more for Lenten retreat for the Kindergarten and 1st grade students.
2 points
19SVS04 (3 Credits) Help with before/after Confirmation Mass at IC—Confirmation will be held at IC this year. We will need help setting up/taking down chairs before and after mass, and a few other things that day.
3 points
19SVS05 (2 Credits) Help with Spiritual Survivor - Help run games at this JH event, held at St. Joseph PLC. Bus leaves IC parking lot at 6:30 pm. Permission Slip required. Strict limit of 20 students
2 points
19SVS06 (3 Credits) Help with 1st Communion workshop Help at 1st Communion workshop. (early morning help)
3 points
19SVS07 (3 Credits) Help with 1st Communion workshop Help at 1st Communion workshop. (late morning help)
3 points
19SVS08 (2 Credits) "Create" your own service project—Combine with 2-3 other high school youth or your family to do your own special service project. After your project, you’ll complete a short form on what you did, why you chose the project and how it helps others and helped in your own faith journey. Be creative with this! Come up with your own project!
2 points
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